Chris Rose

This hobby became serious when I went to work for a local speed shop. Within a few years, I helped build the business into a nation-wide name that focused on modifying and tuning late-model Mustangs. We equipped ourselves with a chassis dyno, lifts, mechanics and that is where I gained my SCT and Dynojet Certifications. I spent 6-7 years there, building and custom tuning in the best and most passionate automotive industry; the Mustang aftermarket. Since the move to AmericanMuscle in April of 2010, I have purchased my second Mustang – a Grabber Orange 2007 GT (supercharger coming soon)! My Google+ Profile

VIDEO: AM Girl Does Donuts in our 2014 Mustang GT Project Car!

When the AM Girls stopped by to shoot the 2014 AmericanMuscle Mustang Calendar, our Mustang Expert and video host Justin wanted to give them a little thrill ride in our 2014 Mustang GT. However, not only was one of the girls unimpressed, but she thought she’d show Justin a thing or two about shredding tires!

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August 2013: 3500 HP, Chip Foose, 1400 Mustangs & a $300 Giveaway!

We’re rolling out a brand new video series to cover what’s going on in the Mustang world and at AmericanMuscle.com each and every month! We’ve got a ton of stuff going on this August, including the largest Mustang-only car show on the planet (would “in the universe” be too bold?). Not only are we planning one of the hottest events of the summer for Mustang owners, we’re also taking on two different Project Car builds at once. That’s not all, though…

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Project Coyote vs. Project ??? – Name Our ’06 Mustang GT!

With your help, and after combing through thousands of submissions, we’ve named our 2014 Mustang GT Project Coyote. Now, were pitting that 2014 GT against another not-so-typical grabber blue Mustang: a 2006 GT. We’re going to place these cars–and the AM crews building them–against one another for an eventual track day showdown. But first, we need your help naming the 2006 grabber blue Mustang! It’s time to get creative and leave us a comment letting us know what you think our latest project car should be called. (more…)